RT Pastry House @ Taman Danau Desa

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precious that comes in a little brown box

RT Pastry House, a Taiwanese bakery is so famous that they need no further introduction. Other than the outlet in Danau Desa, they have another two outlets located at Subang Jaya and IOI Boulevard.

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I love their cheese cakes; the blueberry cheese cake (RM 4.50) to be specific. It is lighter than usual, but the cheese flavor is very rich and intense. And for some reasons, blueberries always go well with cheese.

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Their azuki green tea bread & cake (RM7) is very good but it comes with a very short shelf life. It has to be consumed within three days. Easy peasy, we can do it within a day!

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Birthday cakes were delicious and reasonably priced too. This one was RM 38 I think.

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RT Pastry House
7-0-7, Jalan 3/109F,
Danau Business Centre,
Taman Danau Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-79819106

B6-G, SS15/4D
Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-56211758

RT Pastry House

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  1. ai wei says:

    i saw u gals happily stepped out from the desserts house :)
    .-= ai wei´s last blog ..Italiannies @ The Curve =-.

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  2. nileey says:

    i love RT Pastry House’s swiss rolls!
    .-= nileey´s last blog ..A Date with West Side Story =-.

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  3. I alws go to the Subang one.. there alws a queue! Indeed one of the better bakeries in town!
    .-= thenomadGourmand´s last blog ..License to indulge – Gelatomio Lounge, Pavilion, KL! =-.

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  4. wyyv says:

    We just went to this shop on last friday =] the pricing is more reasonable than we initially thought.
    YV: I miss the Green tea cake !!
    .-= wyyv´s last blog ..Dragon Pearl Restaurant @ Bandar Baru Seri Petaling =-.

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  5. JD says:

    Very nice cakes, looks like there’s a lot of gem around the Taman Desa area…
    .-= JD´s last blog ..The Gloomy Saturday… =-.

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  6. squall says:

    i almost visit their taman desa outlet at least once a week…and i also hav their VIP member card…

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    wow how to get the vip card? :D

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  7. superwilson says:

    Bought so many boxes, it must be really that good

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  8. J2Kfm says:

    The price is rather reasonable, being a famous chain from Taiwan and all ….

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  9. Waisikmiao says:

    I used to love RT, but then i felt in love with RUI patisserie recently ^^
    Thanks for the remind, guess I ll pay RT a visit after so long…

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  10. mimid3vils says:

    their cake look similar with San Terri, don’t know who copy who ler….?

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    Anonymous Reply:

    the copy one no shame?

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    Anonymous Reply:

    loke like same but different. Not same hand making. Rt is high class deco n manage by taiwan chef. U can get the original tase of taiwan cake

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  11. jass says:

    i love your FOOD & TRAVEL BLOG ,BUT,if got gps coordinate make us all easy ,plz add nex t time plz…..tq

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    sure will try my best

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  12. anon says:

    RT is not from taiwan. it’s by a japanese woman who married a malaysian and settled down here.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thx for the infor :)

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    Anonymous Reply:

    RT is Taiwanese + Malaysian, not by Japanase…

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    Anonymous Reply:

    totally u wrong

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  13. Qian says:

    You might want to pay PastryCulture a visit. It’s a newly opened pasty shop located at the Ground floor of Tropicana City Mall, near the escalator (Room 18).

    I like their cakes =) go try!

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    Anonymous Reply:

    is it?RT already open at tropicana mall?

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    Qian Reply:

    No, it’s not RT it’s called PastryCulture, owned by a guy called Ashly.

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    Bugs Reply:

    i like PastryCulture’s cakes too…. but their service need lots of improvement !!!
    My 1st n 2nd visits were both bad experience. On 2nd visit, I went there specially to buy their fruit cake ( n give it another chance after my bad 1st visit ). I reach around 10.30am but the staff ask me to come back after 6pm to collect the cake… i was ==”””’ as there were no one waiting to collect cakes ( maybe their cakes are too hot selling that they need such long tome to finish the order ) This is in 2011

  14. Desset craze says:

    I went to RT last Sunday evening, it was long queue however, I saw the staff are talking to each other, to name one is the one with long strand of hair……. I noticed her for quite some times as she didnt even bother about the long queue and continued to crack joke with the staff.

    No doubt, the pastry or dessert in RT is nice and tasty, but I trust if such service continues ……… sigh…… you think yourself the consequences……..

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    awww thats very bad. u shud reflect this to rt owner or management

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  15. Anonymous says:

    RT is Taiwanese + Malaysian, not by Japanese…

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  16. CTY says:

    My 1st time visit is last sunday.I see ppl Q up ! (seldom see ppl Q up inside a cake shop)
    I bought a green tea cake ( very small size ) .
    rating = *** ( 3 stars out of 5 stars)
    I think they are trying to make a japanese style cake
    But, If compare with secret recipi, i will still prefer the taste of secret recipi than this shop.

    Anyway, this shop had done a good job! the cake is not bad !

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    Anonymous Reply:

    u don’t know, rt is more fresh tase

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  17. Anonymous says:

    Visit rt pastry last week. The service was bad! I ask them about the ingredient in it, because I fear of allergic, and they staff could not even answer me.
    Then I managed to get a peak inside their kitchen, it was very unhygienic. Full of flies.
    They claim to be Japanese, but it is Malaysian plus Taiwanese.

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